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Editor Picks: Cheap Oceanfront Hotels in Myrtle Beach

by Alexander Castro  |  Updated June 27, 2017

Enter Myrtle Beach and you’ll be greeted by 60 miles of beachfront, 650 acres of public recreation property, and dozens of parks and beaches. This South Carolina destination welcomes about 14 million visitors yearly, dwarfing the off-season population of about 30,000. And it’s not only beaches and natural beauty pulling in tourists; Myrtle Beach dubs itself mini golf capital of the world.

We’ve combed the beach to find five budget-friendly options in Myrtle Beach. Take note, however, that even the cheapest properties tend to soar in price during summer, especially on weekends.